Tuesday, November 7, 2017

What do you want on your tombstone? and I don't mean pizza! haha seriously , if you haven't taken the time to visit your local cemetery then please do so.
In Ecclesiastics 7:2 Solomon reminds us, "It is better to go to the house of mourning, than to go to the house of feasting: for that is the end of all men; and the living will lay it to his heart." I found this tombstone simply representing Gods word as an open book with a name written in thereof representing one of his saints who have passed on from this world, to be in glory with the Lord, Amen! This is a humble reminder sometimes for us when life gets tough or we get caught up in the world then to just visit a cemetery and reflect at how short life is and how fragile we all are is a good lesson to humble us and give us rest and piece of mind. When I do this I google map "cemetery near me" and choose from there, don't worry if it's not of the same faith as you believe because they are already dead and you can't pray for them, their number has already been called, this is your time to reflect on what you believe. And I trust you believe on the Lord Jesus Christ for your salvation. 

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

No hell? Than no need for a preacher.

A lot of Christians profess to be saved, a lot of Christians profess there is no hell. Listen, if you're a born again Christian, then there is one thing you understand about your salvation, and that's when you got saved, hell is what you got saved from. Scripture is simple and makes plain and clear our understanding about hell.

If a preacher doesn't believe in hell then what are you listening to him for? Because if there is no hell you have nothing to worry about and he's wasting your time, stop listening to to him and get on with your life. However, if there is a hell then he's a liar, you need to stop listening to him, and warn others by telling them about the good news, that is today is the day of salvation and Jesus saves!

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Poor and Wretched

I'm poor and wretched, just a beggar who has been given bread, and I'm here to proclaim to you the one who has fed me with his words of life, "O taste and see that the LORD is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him." Psalms 34:8